True Positive Weekly #33
The most important artificial intelligence and machine learning links of the week
Hey, in this issue: an optical adversarial attack can change the meaning of road signs; what is synthetic data and why is it critical for the future of AI?; facial recognition AI helps save multibillion-dollar grape crop; farmers are using robots to pollinate greenhouse tomatoes; and more.
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An optical adversarial attack can change the meaning of road signs
What is synthetic data and why is it critical for the future of AI?
Facial recognition AI helps save multibillion-dollar grape crop
China is tempting customers with its flawless AI idols — virtual influencers who don't gain weight, never age, and keep their computer-generated noses out of controversy
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Farmers in Australia and the U.S. are using robots to pollinate greenhouse tomatoes
Not all memories are created equal: learning to forget by expiring
These algorithms look at your X-rays and somehow detect your race
[Tutorial] Machine learning frameworks interoperability: memory layouts and memory pools
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Have a nice weekend! See you next week. — Andriy